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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 5: A case of 56-year-old male with clinical history of right-sided chest pain, fever, and weight loss. (a) Chest X-ray at primary evaluation showed signs of right-sided pleural effusion. Diagnostic pleurocentesis was performed, and fluid was sent for investigations, which was reported as tubercular etiology. Antitubercular treatment was started, and (b) posttreatment X-ray showing resolution with residual pleural thickening on the right side

Figure 5: A case of 56-year-old male with clinical history of right-sided chest pain, fever, and weight loss. (a) Chest X-ray at primary evaluation showed signs of right-sided pleural effusion. Diagnostic pleurocentesis was performed, and fluid was sent for investigations, which was reported as tubercular etiology. Antitubercular treatment was started, and (b) posttreatment X-ray showing resolution with residual pleural thickening on the right side